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Thread: Need Seattle area body shop for daily driver

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Seattle WA

    Need Seattle area body shop for daily driver


    Second-son-of-Soterik (Nik Linden) needs paint on his newly acquired 2001 Golf TDI. Gift from Grandpa for his 18th bday. Unfortunately Grandpa nicked every corner of this Golf getting in and out of his parking spot over the course of many years prior to giving it to Nik, and it also suffered a bit at the hands of a thief when it was stolen for a brief period.

    Any referrals appreciated! Don't want to spend too much (I'm already doing that on a 67S...).

    Journalist A. J. Liebling wrote in 1960, "Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one" ("The Wayward Press ...").
    no pm's....
    RGruppe # 60

    67S coupe bahama (project)
    67S coupe polo red (almost a driver)
    67S targa silver (project)
    67S targa Polo red (trailer queen)
    67S coupe Golf blue (RGruppe!)
    67S coupe Irish Green (pretty much a driver)
    68L Factory Rally car (dad ordered new)

  2. #2
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2014
    I just used The Maaco shop on 192th and Aurora. Ask for Taylor. They are just north of Maaco. For 1000 bucks they did a presentable job on a 1996 C class Benz for my daughter.
    If wheels need refinishing try Factory Direct Wheel and ask for Nash.
    Since he is 18 you know it will get bumped again.
    58 356 Sunroof Coupe
    65 911 Dolphin Gray w/Blue Leatherette-now Silver with blue race car chassis 301349
    67 911S Bahama Yellow w/Black Leatherette Pepita Checked Cloth-now black chassis 305552

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  3. #3
    A beautiful story.
    I'd like to know how it all ended up.

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